Logistics company, Northline, has announced the opening of a new purpose built facility in Sydney, New South Wales.
Northline’s new $24 million Sydney transport and logistics facility at Smithfield was officially opened by Holroyd City Council Mayor Nasr Kafrouni who cut the ribbon on the new 32,000 square metre facility alongside Andrew Rohan MP, State Member for Smithfield, and Northline Chief Executive Craige Whitton.
According to Northline Chief Executive Officer, Craige Whitton, the new facility will help to boost economic activity in Holroyd City and the western suburbs of Sydney. “We’re delighted to bring jobs into the local community and plan to generate more employment as our New South Wales operation grows alongside the needs of our customers,” he said.
Northline says that the new facility will provide more than 16,500 square metres of warehousing and freight operations space – including a 2,000 square metre all-weather loading and unloading breezeway. The company’s New South Wales state office will also operate from the site.